Sentences

PENDLETON — The following sentences have been imposed in Umatilla County courts:

FELONY

•Devin Lindsey Christensen, 26, Irrigon, pleaded guilty to Theft I: sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, $200 fine, $1,800 fine-suspended and $7,650 restitution; pleaded guilty to Unauthorized Entry of Motor Vehicle: sentenced to 30 days jail and $100 fine; pleaded guilty to Burglary I: sentenced to 3 years probation, 180 sanction units, 90 maximum jail units, 240 hours community service, $200 fine, $4,800 fine-suspended and $350 restitution; pleaded guilty to Possession of Heroin: sentenced to 2 years probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, $200 fine and $1,800 fine-suspended (conditional discharge).

•Anthony Michael Ross, 27, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Possession of Heroin: sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 sanction units, 30 maximum jail units, 60 hours community service, $250 fine and $1,500 fine-suspended; pleaded guilty to Failure to Perform Duties of Driver-property damage and Reckless Driving: sentenced to $100 fine and 90 days driver’s license suspension for each count, plus restitution to be determined.

•Clarence Delgardo King, 48, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Robbery III: sentenced to 18 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 2 years post-prison supervision and $200 fine; pleaded guilty to Criminal Trespass I and Interference With Making Report: sentenced to $100 fine for each count; pleaded guilty to Failure to Appear I: sentenced to 10 months Oregon Dept. of Corrections, 2 years post-prison supervision and $200 fine.

MISDEMEANOR

•Asuzena Kay Ochoa, 31, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Theft II: sentenced to 3 years probation, 60 hours community service, $100 fine and $1,650 fine-suspended, plus court costs and fees.

•Danny Edgar Covarrubias, 25, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Theft II: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 100 hours community service, $200 fine and $1,650 fine-suspended, plus court costs and fees; pleaded guilty to Attempt to Commit Class A Misdemeanor and Theft II: sentences to discharge.

•Anai Plata, 36, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to DUII: sentenced to diversion program.

•Jonathan Heath Nuttall, 27, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Failure to Perform Duties of Driver-property damage: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 100 hours community service, $500 fine, $2,500 fine-suspended, restitution to be determined and 90 days driver’s license suspension, plus court costs and fees.

•Omar Garcia Figueroa, 26, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Unlawfully Purchasing Firearm: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service, $1,000 fine and $750 fine-suspended.

•Alvaro E. Cardenas, 24, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to Driving While Suspended/Revoked: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation, 80 hours community service and $2,000 fine.

•John Earl Egerer, 29, Hermiston, pleaded guilty to three counts of Unlawfully Purchasing a Firearm: sentenced to 180 days jail-suspended, 2 years probation and 80 hours community service for each count, $1,000 fine and $750 fine-suspended (one count) and $100 fine (two counts), plus court costs and fees.

•Steven Arthur Bratton, 63, Umatilla, pleaded guilty to Failure to Report as Sex Offender: sentenced to $100 fine.

Suits Filed

PENDLETON — The following suits have been filed in Umatilla County courts:

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Teonna Raymond: seeks $1,708.90 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Rosa Rodriguez: seeks $1,040.76 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Ray Klein Inc. dba Professional Credit Service vs. Sara Holman of Hermiston: seeks $679.49 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Ben J. Moro of Hermiston: seeks $4,082.02 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Troy Capital LLC vs. Sommer Kinnan: seeks $8,873.47 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Daniel T. Rehrig of Umatilla vs. State of Oregon: seeks $116.50 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Ray Klein Inc. dba Professional Credit Service vs. Kaedee L. Ruiz of Hermiston: seeks $492.40 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Synchrony Bank vs. Deana Miller: seeks $1,626.02 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. Angela M. Como: seeks $3,501.13 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Midland Funding LLC vs. Joseph Crawford: seeks $998.15 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Columbia Credits Inc. vs. Skylar D. Cecil of Hermiston: seeks $1,923.32 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Kary Moreno of Irrigon: seeks $5,094.82 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Joseph Day of Hermiston: seeks $3,865.54 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Michelle L. Hagen of Irrigon: seeks $8,771.37 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Mario Perez of Hermiston: seeks $1,121.68 plus interest, costs and fees.

Judgments

PENDLETON — The following judgments have been rendered in Umatilla County courts:

•Credits Inc. vs. Cecilia Nuevo of Hermiston: judgment for $1,168.95 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Jose Antonio Tejeda and Maria Leonides-Mondragon of Hermiston: judgment for $966.84 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Michelle R. Mack of Echo: judgment for $803.29 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Bonnie Humphrey of Hermiston: judgment for $3,047.09 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Lindsey Disselbrett of Hermiston: judgment for $3,811.57 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Jessica M. Jenson of Hermiston: judgment for $1,202.20 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Anthony Patrick Tomczyk of Boardman: judgment for $2,334.53 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Ron and Kayla Farmer (fka Kayla Kannard) of Stanfield: judgment for $9,101.74 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Daniel S. and Adrienne Lincoln of Hermiston: judgment for $1,774.78 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. James and Connie Thurman of Boardman: judgment for $9,203.82 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Naomie Ruth and Christian Valdez of Stanfield: judgment for $7,952.95 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Elizabeth M. Hernandez of Hermiston: judgment for $2,032.50 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Cindy M. McCallister of Hermiston: judgment for $2,087.98 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. Tyson and Meagan Barger of Hermiston: judgment for $2,630.46 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Ray Klein Inc. vs. Christina A. Fritz of Hermiston: judgment for 450.93 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Credits Inc. vs. David C. and Cecilia Borchert of Hermiston: judgment for $739.79 plus interest, costs and fees.

•Quick Collect Inc. vs. Rosa E. Castaneda of Hermiston: judgment for $421 plus interest, costs and fees.

•United Finance Co. vs. Miranda and Kenneth Studer of Hermiston: judgment for $953.79 plus interest, costs and fees.

Divorces

PENDLETON — Divorce decrees were signed in Umatilla County Courts for:

Pioquinto Guzman Rodriguez and Victorina Rodriguez of Hermiston; Andrew H. Dyer of Hermiston and Rene M. Dyer of Fairfield, Maine; James S. Gallagher of Heppner and Shannon P. Gallagher of Umatilla.

Marriages

PENDLETON — Marriage licenses have been registered in Umatilla County for:

Ryle Michael Campbell, 20, and Zaira Rivera Jimenez, 26, both of Hermiston.

Kevin Joseph Chase, 36, and Crystal Rose Chase, 35, both of Hermiston.

Donald Fredrick Holwegner, 44, and Carla Lea McKenzie, 42, both of Hermiston.

Rafael Vargas Arriaga, 40, and Gioanna Guadalupe Aguilar Canseco, 32, both of Hermiston.

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